The search for 22 year old WPC Nyasha Joseph came to an end this afternoon when a body believed to be her was brought to shore in POS; and The Minister of Works has agreed to continue holding consultations with the Highway Re-route Movement on construction of the extension to the Solomon Hochoy Highway.
Police are still on the scene at the POS Port where the body of a woman believed to be WPC Nayasha Joseph has been brought to shore; and Attorney at Law Fareed Ali says the planned amendments to The Trial By Judge Alone Bill may not be the best solution.
Midfielder Leston Paul says he hopes to establish himself and cement a place in the Senior Men's National Team.
Police are still at the Port of Port of Spain where the body of a woman believed to be Woman Police Constable Nayasha Joseph has been brought to shore; The Communication Workers Union protest government's decision to dissolve the Tourism Development Company; A house in San Fernando was completely destroyed by fire this morning; and already the oldest man to win a medal at the World Championships of Track and Field, now Kim Collins insists that this year's Worlds will be his last.
Unconfirmed reports that a body found floating in the Gulf of Paria may be that of missing Woman Police Constable Nayasha Joseph; The Solid Waste Management Company Limited may soon have an added responsibility of recycling; and India's Shashank Manohar has resigned as Chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC) due to personal reasons.
A house in San Fernando was completely destroyed by fire this morning; The battle between the SWUTT and gov’t continues as the union says gov’t has gotten documents which outlines the profiles of people wanting to invest in ArcelorMittal; Caribbean Airlines cancels several flights out of New York as a result of the ongoing snow storm among other stories.
Thirty minutes to prove himself and two goals which turned out to be the winner and the only goals your national team would get in an international match.
As we told you last evening this country's national footballers moved their training sessions to the Hasely Crawford Stadium today ahead of next week's World Cup qualifier against Panama.
The West Indies in recent times have given their supporters little to cheer about except two T20 World Cup titles.